Ahsoka Tano And Count Dooku walk between two different paths in the upcoming animated series. Are you ready to hear the Tales Of The Jedi?
We finally got our first look at the new animated series ‘Tales Of The Jedi’ at D23. The series is split up into six different episodes, three that will concentrate on Ahsoka Tano while the final three focus on a young Count Dooku before his fall to the Darkside. Each episode runs for 15 minutes and has been created in the same style as Dave Filoni’s ‘Star Wars: The Clone Wars.’ It has been revealed that Liam Neeson, Micheál Richardson, Janina Gavankar, Matt Lanter, and Ashley Eckstein will provide the voices for the series.
Ashley Eckstein returns to her vocal role as Ahsoka with Matt Lanter reprising his role as Anakin Skywalker. But it is the return of Liam Neeson to the Star Wars galaxy once again that was a real surprise to everyone. He will once again provide the voice of Qui-Gon Jinn, following on from his uncredited cameo appearance at the climax of the ‘Obi-Wan Kenobi’ series. The first trailer for the series has been released:
Each episode of Tales of the Jedi tells a short story featuring Jedi from the Star Wars prequel trilogy era. The six episodes are split into two “paths”: the first following Ahsoka Tano across various points in her life, and the other depicting a young Count Dooku before his fall to the dark side of the Force.
‘Star Wars: Tales of the Jedi’ will premiere with all six episodes on October 26, 2022, exclusively on Disney+.
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